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Wed, Sep 09, 2009

Paradise Adds Southeast Regional Dealer

Florida Panhandle New Home For Paradise

Paradise USA LLC is proud to announce the addition of Light Sport Experts as their southeast regional dealer.  Represented by Joe Crocker, Light Sport Experts is headquartered in the Florida Panhandle and specializes in Light Sport training and aircraft sales.

The Paradise Aircraft product line currently includes two models, the Paradise P-1 and the P-1 SP with hand controls for disabled pilots. Both are manufactured in Brazil and assembled in Sebring, Florida.

The Paradise P-l is an all-metal, high-wing SLSA powered by the Rotax 912 UL-S engine with a Warp Drive 3-bladed, ground-adjustable propeller. The plane cruises at 120 mph with a fuel consumption rate of approximately 5gp and has a 38 gallon (useable) fuel capacity.  With its comfortable leather seats; a cabin width of 43.3"; 17 cubic feet of baggage space, the Paradise is an excellent cross-country cruiser.

According to company officials, the aircraft comes with a standard package of instrumentation although a wide variety of avionics options are available, including a glass cockpit.

Price is in the $109,000-$130,000 range, depending on avionics and options selected.

FMI: www.lightsportexperts.com

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